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|A nice look at the largest mountain on the planet. The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet, but the summit itself is in Tibet.||07/03/2005||41,945|
|Two symmetrical pit craters side-by-side, one of the few examples of this type of crater in the U.S. The pit craters, which were lava conduits, were formed by explosions and then a collapse.||11/11/2008||1,163|
|This pass is on the Yunnan-Tibet Highway.|
This side :
start 2746 metres / 9049 feets.
finish 4637 metres / 15237feets
length 45 kms / 28 miles
|Nice picture of the Arkenu double impact craters in Libya.||07/30/2005||1,994|
|Tibet and western China map overlay||02/26/2009||845|
|Dagze Co (Lake) is one of many inland lakes in Tibet, with a present area of 260 km2 (100 square miles). In glacial times, the region was considerably wetter, and lakes were correspondingly much larger. Changes in climate have resulted in greater aridity on the Tibetan Plateau.||11/04/2005||1,697|
|Lots of craters all over the place.
Editor's note: Extremely large crater, undoubtedly from an atomic bomb test. Entire area, particularly going south from here, is littered with nuclear test sites and attendant craters.
|The bridge (In Progress) over Kyu-chu river near Lhasa in Tibet.||09/15/2006||639|
|Aerial picture of the area between Remagen and Kripp with bomb craters. The picture was taken from a british recon aircraft at 30 January 1945.||06/22/2007||1,199|
|1421 lakes (tso) up to 1 km in Tibet.|
|In Tibet province, a lake shaped like a dolphin.||09/09/2005||538|
|the makaru shan, the fifth highest peak in the world (8463m)in the territory of tibet||11/09/2005||789|